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Beautiful Girls Fashion Lunch

Simultaneous lunches – with fashion design firmly on the menu – happened this week. As I happily dined riverside at L’Oreal‘s mid-day soiree, the trackside ‘Beautiful Girls’ fashion luncheon was in full swing at Flemington. A reminder that racewear is not only relevant for Spring; a Myer-led runway parade style

DressCode: L’Oreal Paris Luncheon / Alpha60 runway

The occasion: The L’Oreal Paris Luncheon & Alpha60’s Autumn/Winter runway Silk dress – Yeojin Bae Paisley jacket – Pamela Usanto Heels – Wittner Lipstick  – L’Oreal Color Riche in ‘Taffeta’ Location – StyleMelbourne’s temporary (and gorgeous) LMFF HQ at The Olsen Hotel

DressCode: Melbourne Cup day

The Occasion – The running of the 151st Melbourne Cup The Venue – The Birdcage, Flemington racecourse Dresscode – Racewear Now what on earth to wear to Oaks Day? Hat – Mimco Dress – Yeojin Bae Shoes – Forever New (they’re actually comfortable after standing for 8 hours!) Necklace –

Flemington’s Spring Fashion Lunch

Does this year seem to be galloping along in an attempt to race by as fast as Black Caviar? It’s only a few weeks until the Spring Racing Carnival hits its manic peak for the Melbourne Cup. For the first time ever I’ll be at Flemington for all four of

MSFW: Designer Series 1 ‘Gala’

We would expect nothing less than glamour and perhaps a hint of refined quirk from the collection of designers in Melbourne Spring Fashion Week’s Designer Series 1 ‘Gala’. The opening was exquisite and unexpected – feathered headwear designs by Richard Nylon accompanied by Toni Maticevski garments on dancers and Neo

MSFW: Manhattan Nights

Did you know there is a hierarchy of establishments in which to imbibe at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week? As someone who adores cocktails this delights me to no end. There’s the exclusive to MSFW-goers Sparkling bar. Then lucky are the few who get the nod for the VIP bar. Then there is the third

Melbourne Spring Fashion Week Opening Party

Casting off the past was the underlying theme of Melbourne Spring Fashion Week’s opening soiree. As models unveiled their outfits from beneath spooky/chic MSFW blue robes we in turn shake off the winter season, and hopefully, the current state of retail. As we launch into a week of colour and design

Win tix to MSFW

Sing it with me; “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.” For me, Melbourne Spring Fashion Week is better than Xmas. I even get to give out presents now! Thanks to MSFW I have a double pass to give away to EVERY Designer Series show of the week held

Melbourne Spring Fashion Week 2011: Top 10

The Grand Hyatt’s ‘Residence’ space was transformed into a Springtime tableau last week courtesy bouquets of lisianthus, roses and orchids: a fitting setting for the 2011 Melbourne Spring Fashion Week (MSFW) program launch. As you have probably heard by now model Sophie Van Den Akker has been unveiled as the face of the festival

Giveability

The Giveability Store is a temporary Westfield pop-up boutique filled with a treasure of fashionables and a handful of unexpected items. There’s another special thing about this store; 100% of the price-tag will go to Scope to aid in education, respite and equipment for those suffering cerebral palsy (the most common physical